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About Grassie

  • Birthday 08/05/1975
  1. Wow, they look really good framed don't they? 😉 Thanks for posting! 😊
  2. Octave, tuner and 2 x chorus pedals

  3. This is great, but I need to lie down after watching that...
  4. I've basically tried to create an infographic (without too much "info"...) in a pop art stylee. 😊 Thanks for the props BassTractor, very much appreciated! 😀
  5. ***Please note the price indicated above is the total for all four pedals. They are all priced individually but I am willing to take offers on all four items as a job lot.*** Hi folks, I'm moving on some pedals that I no longer use, items as follows: Ashdown Sub Octave Plus Bass pedal, in good condition, no box or instructions I'm afraid but does come with a monstorous sound perfect for loosening bowels and scaring cats. Has been gigged so bears a few marks here and there but hasn't been used recently at all. £40 inc P+P Digitech X Series Bass Multi Voice Chorus pedal, in excellent (almost "as new") condition, comes with box and instructions, barely gigged and has been sat on my pedal board gathering dust. Good bit of kit with loads of settings, £50 inc P+P 1987 (I think...) DOD FX62 Bass Stereo Chorus pedal, I've had this a long time but because the power input doesn't work, and will only run off a 9v battery, I bought the Digitech one to replace it. As I've said, it works fine with a battery, is in decent condition considering how old it is (all knobs present and correct), and comes in it's original box with instructions and can be yours for £30 inc P+P. Finally, here is my trusty Planet Waves PW-CT-04 Chromatic Tuner pedal, has never failed me, is built like a tank, is suitable for both guitar and bass, and is as good as the Boss equivalent. Reverb.com are currently selling one for £36, you can have mine for £30 inc P+P. No box or instructions I'm afraid, but is very simple to use. I will ensure all items are sent out wrapped in all manner of protection whether they're in a box or not, and as far as payment goes, Paypal is preferred. Cheers
  6. Hi all, You may have seen this in it's own thread over on General Discussion - I now have in my possession 6 copies for sale from the original run of 10. Professionally printed on 180gsm matt finish paper, this image can be hung in portrait or landscape fashion, and, quite frankly, will look fantastic on any wall in any bassists abode. £40 per print (that includes P+P). Paypal is my preferred method of payment as is the way these days. Cheers!
  7. Sparse basslines

    The funkiest one-note bass line ever? 😊
  8. I've ordered 10 copies from the printers, 3 have been sold (plus one of the guitar pieces), the rest will appear on marketplace. I was going to try to get 10 pre-sold then order the prints but it hasn't worked out like that, and I didn't want to keep those that had ordered waiting too long. 😊
  9. To all those that have expressed interest in ordering a copy of this - I haven't forgotten you, I will get my @rse into gear and will be visiting the printers this week. 😊
  10. But is it as iconic as a Stingray or a Precision? Again, I wanted to limit it to 20, and there are just too many 4 strings that sit above any 5 string in terms of being recognisable to most bassists (and musicians). "Iconic" is the key word here, but I totally understand that it's subjective. 😊
  11. I wanted to limit the piece to 20 basses, and I had to decide which ones were more iconic than others. The only iconic Ibanez I could think of was the Musician but it got bumped out in favour of the Jaydee. Others have mentioned models that were "bubbling under" - maybe a second piece is called for, but I think I would struggle to find 20 more basses as iconic as the ones you see here. 😊
  12. Maybe (due to the Ibanez suggestion and the Aria exemption) I'll do a second piece dedicated to Japanese basses...
  13. The Aria nearly made it on there. Replaced with Mr Enwistle's Alembic Explorer. 😊